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Murder in the Bayou - Season 1

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The documentary series explores a series of murders that have not been fully disclosed and have not yet been solved. The series examines the loss of eight bodies in drainage canals and abandoned back roads in Jennings and Louisiana. The series reveals the full secrets of these victims, where the series reveals the secrets of this mysterious town, which claimed the lives of many.
Actors: N/A
Genre: CrimeDocumentary
Director: Matthew Galkin
Country: United States
Release: 2019
IMDb: 7.1
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Duration: 60 min
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Sydney Morning Herald
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September 18, 2019

Director Matthew Galkin and journalist Ethan Brown compile riveting interviews with those around the murders to paint an ever more disturbing picture.
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Hollywood Reporter
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September 13, 2019

Murder in the Bayou might be set up for guilty pleasure viewing except for the effort it puts into establishing the context of the community and the crimes and the empathy behind the camera.
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Decider
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September 13, 2019

SKIP IT. There are better true-crime docuseries out there.
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The Age (Australia)
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September 20, 2019

Has strong echoes of the Southern Gothic genre in filmed drama... That's partly about the visual language (the series looks amazing), but chiefly it's because of the enormous gap between the wealthy and the dirt poor.
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